BCATS


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BCATSBiomedical Computation at Stanford (Symposium)
BCATSBattle Creek Area Transportation Study (Springfield, MI)
BCATSBay City Area Transportation Study (Michigan)
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The military unit to which the BCAT was assigned acted as a conduit to the military chain of command.
The CSSB also processed missions, evaluating when the bases requesting assistance would be ready for the BCAT. The support operations section ensured that all mission and life support requirements were met before sending the BCAT to a FOB.
The BCAT provided the FOB mayor with a detailed assessment on which enabler teams would further assist in deconstructing the base and suggested what property and infrastructure to leave behind for the Afghans.
Synthetic antigen epitopes ([H.sub.2]N-VEIPEIPDPLLKPWQIPHP-COOH and [H.sub.2]N-LANKRWVPPPGKGSLYLRP-COOH) were designed for soybean bZIP53 and plant BCAT shown in Figures 1(c) and 2(b), respectively.
The synthetic antigen epitope designed for plant BCAT is shown with alignments of amino acid transaminase-related enzymes (Figure 2(c)).
Abbreviations ASN1: Asparagine synthase 1 ASP3: Aspartate aminotransferase 3 ATG: Autophagy-related gene BCAA: Branched chain amino acid BCAT: Branched chain amino acid transaminase PMSF: Phenylmethylsulfonyl fluoride ProDH: Proline dehydrogenase RT-PCR: Reverse transcription polymerase chain reaction SDS: Sodium dodecylsulfate TBS: Tris-buffered saline.
BCATS combines permanent bar codes, portable scanners, and wide area network wireless technology to track radar hardware and related equipment at its 11,000 radar and communication sites in the U.S.
Before the battalion arrived in Afghanistan, eight military BCATs were operating under engineer entities from task forces tactically controlled by the regional commands.
government contracted an additional 12 BCAT teams to augment the military Through a detailed decision-making process, the 18th CSSB command decided to dismantle the eight existing teams and operate with 12 combined military and civilian BCATs.
BCATs are designed to advise and assist military site supervisors, brigade logistics officers, brigade engineers, and task force commanders in drawdown and support operations.
From April to August 2012, the BCATs conducted assessments, ensuring that paperwork was up to date and the task force had a plan to remove excess equipment.
The FRE's involvement in retrograde starts with an initial assessment by the BCATs. The closure team starts the required paperwork, identifies FEPP, FERP, and LOGCAP requirements, and uses lessons learned from previous assessments to advise the unit of any potential friction points.